Italian designer Daniele Cristiano has created a multipurpose storage unit that is shaped to look like a vintage ammunition chest. Its name Calibro is derived from the word calibre, which refers to the internal diameter or bore of a gun barrel. The long, low sideboard has spaces cut out from the center and at each end for storage. Three orange leather belt straps wrap around the ends of the chest, which are designed to look like the buckles found on old wooden ammunition trunks that were used in the First World War. It can be used as a sideboard, a TV stand or as a table. Calibro can be a media unit, a storage bench or a sideboard for any space you want, and simple lines and strong contrasts between materials give it a character.